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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINERING EUROPEAN CREDIT TRANSFER SYSTEM (ECTS) INFORMATION PACKAGE

A. GENERAL PRESENTATION OF DEPARTMENT

1. Information about the students, faculties, research assistants and research subjects: Name, Last name and Title Doç.Dr. Hasan TORUL Doç.Dr.nci Türk TORUL Yrd.Doç.Dr. M.Galip ÇDUYGU Yrd. Doç. Dr. Arzu ENGN Yrd. Doç. Tuncer MUTLU Ar. Grv. Nazan YILMAZ email [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Field of Study Reoloji, Drying,Sorption Solar Energy, Drying Polymer Material Adsorption Process

Organic Chemistry,Polymer

Solar Energy

Undergraduate students (March, 2009): 40

Faculty, lecturer, and assistants: Assoc.Prof.(2) , Assist. Prof. (3), Res. Assist. (1)

2. Research Facilities · Chemistry Lab.

3. Degree Programs:

Chemical Engineering ­ Licence 4 years Chemical Engineering ­ Master of Science 2 years

4. Student Evaluation Methods:

One Midterm and applied lessons.

a Final exam in one semester, Laboratory reports are necessity for

Grading Scheme and Grades:

For each course taken, a student is given one of the following grades by the course teacher. The letter grades, grade points and percentage equivalents are given below:

Course Grade AA BA BB CB CC DC FF

Grade Points 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 0.00

Percentage 90-100 85-89 75-84 70-74 60-69 50-59 49 and below

Other grades used are YT (Satisfactory), YZ (Unsatisfactory), MU (Exempt), TR (Transfer), DV (Attended), DZ (Unattended), which do not have quality point equivalents. They are not added to cumulative point average.

The grades (YT) and (YZ) are used to show satisfactory and unsatisfactory in the courses which are not added to the cumulative grade point average by the approval of Senate and related department's decision. The grade YT is accorded to the students who are successful in these non-credit courses. YZ is accorded to the students who have failing grades. These YZ students have to repeat the course.

The grade MU (Exempt) is accorded to students who are successful in the exemption exam for the courses approved by the Senate of the school and so were regarded as exempt students. This also includes the students who are transferred from another university with the satisfactory grade for their transferred courses. The grade TR (Transfer) is accorded to the transferred students who have obtained satisfactory grades from the courses in their former universities they have attended which are equivalent to the courses in the new program. Transferred courses should be approved by the administrative council of the program of the university. The grade DV (attended) is given at the end of the first semester of a year-long course.

The grade DZ (unattended) is accorded to the students who have not fulfilled the attendance requirements of the course. This grade is not included in the grade point average computing. The grade (DZ) is equal to (FF) or (YZ). Passing grades are (YT), (CC) or above.

Overall Classification of the Qualification:

Grade Point Averages (CGPA): An associate degree student is required to have a CGPA of at least 1.75 in order to be able to take next semester courses at the end of the second semester, whereas an undergraduate student is required to have a CGPA of at least 1.75 in order to be able to take next semester courses at the end of the fourth semester. If a course is taken in the summer school, then, the CGPA is calculated by taking into consideration of the grades of the summer school courses. 5. Conditions for Award of Bachelor's Diploma:

a) Students must have a CGPA of not less than 2.00 and have successfully completed all the courses in the program in order to graduate. The students whose CGPA is between 3.00-3.49 are listed as Honor graduates and students whose CGPA is between 3.50 - 4.00 are listed High Honor graduates. Honor and High Honor standings are awarded with certificates along with the diplomas. b) The training period for 60 workday is necessity for graduating .

Department of Chair

Doç.Dr. Hasan TORUL Yrd.Doç.Dr.Arzu ENGN

Dept. of Assistant Chair

Tel: 0 272 228 14 23 / 277 Faks: 0 272 228 14 22 E-posta: [email protected] Tel: 0 272 228 14 23 / 286 Faks: 0 272 228 14 22 E-posta: [email protected]

B. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT COURSE PROGRAMME CHART

Class: 1 Course Code MAT 101 FZ 101 KMU 101 KMU 103 BL 101 YAD 101 TDL 101 BEG 101 GSM 101 TOTAL Course Name Mathematics I Physics I General Chemistry I Technical Drawings Fundamentals of Technology Foreign Language I Turkish I Physical Education Fine Arts Information Semester: 1 C/E C C C C C C C E E Theo. Pract. Total Credit ECTS

3 3 3 1 2 3 2 2 2

2 2 2 2 2 0 0

0 0

5 5 5 3 4 3 2 2 2

4 4 4 2 3 3 2 2 2

6 6 6 4 3 3 1 1 1

30

Class : 1 Course Code KMU 104 Course Name

Semester : 2 C/E Theo. Pract. Total Credit ECTS

Introduction to Engineering KMU 102 General Chemistry II

KMU 106 FZ 102 MAT 102 YAD 102 TDL 102 TOTAL

Chemical

C C C C C C C

1 3 2 3 3 3 2

0 2 2 2 2 0 0

1 5 4 5 5 3 2

1 4 3 4 4 3 2

3 6 5 6 6 3 1

30

GeneralChemistryLab Physics II Mathematics II Foreign Language II Turkish II

Class : 2 Course Code KMU 201 KMU 203 KMU 205 KMU 207 KMU 209 KMU 211 TAR 101 TOTAL Course Name Differential Equations Mass and Energy Balances Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry AnalyticalChemistry LaboratoryI Technical English Ataturks Principles and Turkish Revolution History-I

Semester : 1 C/E C C C C C C C Theo. 4 4 3 2 0 3 2 Pract. 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 Total 4 4 3 2 4 3 2 Credit 4 4 3 2 1 3 2 ECTS 6 6 6 5 3 3 1 30

Class: 2 Course Code KMU 202 KMU 204 KMU 206 KMU 208 KMU 210 KMU 212 TAR 102 TOTAL Course Name Numerical Analysis Thermodynamics Organic Chemistry Introduction To Transport Phenomena Material Science Physical Chemisty Lab Ataturks Principles and Turkish Revolution History-II

Semester: 2 C/E C C C C C C C Theo. 2 3 3 3 3 0 2 Pract. 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 Total 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 Credit 3 3 3 3 3 1 2 ECTS 6 6 4 6 4 3 1 30

AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING FACULTY COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: MAT 101 Mathematics Semester Theoretic Hour 3 Practice Hour 2 Total Hour 4 Department / Department of : Chemicel Engineering Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsory/ Elective Compulsory

Credits 4

ECTS 6

I Prerequisite (s) Instructor

Lecturer Hakan ÖZTÜRK

Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim Single Group

Mail : [email protected] Web : Mail : Web :

The aim of this course is to give fundamentals of mathematics knowledge

Course Goals

Teaching the fundamental knowledge of the subject related to Abstract Mathematics and Achieving the ability of analytical thinking

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

1) Using abstract thinking ability 2) Applying mathematical knowledge in other dicyplines 3) Following current and modern updates about business

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Balci M. Analiz I and all Mathematics Analysis Books

Methods of Give a Lecture

Lectures and solving problems If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz 2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination x General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Assessment Criterias

x

60

Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Subjects Natural numbers , rational numbers, irrarional numbers real numbers and reel number sets Sets of linear points and their properties , precision axiom Complex number Sequence of numbers Functions and limits Continuous functions Trigonometric, exponantial, hyperbolic and logarithmic functions First Exam

9 10 11 12 13 14

Uniform continuity, properties of the continuity functions Derivative and properties of the derivative Derivative of parametric functions and closed functions , higher order derivative Geometric meaning and physical meaning of the derivative, problems of extrema Indeterminate forms and L Hospital's Theorem Graph sketching

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Programme Advantages Non e Partially Full Contri bution X

1

Teaching Fundamentals of calculus

2

Forming basic facilities for other courses of sciences

X

3

Improving mathematical thinking

X

4

Improving the ability to provide proofs

X

5

Teaching ability to solve problems

X

6

Inclining research and investigation

X

7

Improving scientific tought

X

8

Teaching systematical and logical tought

X

9

Illustrating relation between applied sciences

X

10

Teaches the ability of giving right and practical answers for the current problems Inclining research and investigation

X

11

X

12

Teaching the ability to thinking analytically

X

13

Analysing and considering problems appearing to other disciplines

X

Prepared by : Lecturer Hakan ÖZTÜRK

Date :04.05.2009

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING FACULTY COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: FIZ 101 Physics-I Semester I Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim Theoretic Hour 3 Res Asst. Melike ULU Single Group Mail : [email protected] Web : Mail : Web : Practice Hour 2 Total Hour 4 Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Credits 4 ECTS 6 Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsory/ Elective Compulsory

Understanding of the fundemantals of Physics.

Course Goals

This course involves the fundemantals of Physics. The major objective of this course is to provide the background which is essential for physics

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

To teach the students the concepts, rules and laws of physics in the most efficient way and to guide them inorder to use these information for engineering field.

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Frederick J. Keller, W.Edward Gettys, Malcolm J. Skove, Physics I Frederick J. Bueche, David A. Jerde, Physic's Fundamental I Raymond A. Serway, Fen ve mühendislik için Physics I

Methods of Give a Lecture

Exposition of the lecturer, questions and answers If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz x General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination

x

60

Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Subjects Physics and measurement, vectors and scalars Rotational motion , Rotational work, energy, and momentum, Static equilibrium and elasticity, simple harmonic motion, oscillations motion, Mechanical properties of matter, Fluid Mechanics Describing motion: one dimensional motion Two dimensional motion Newton's laws Circular motion Work and Energy Potential Energy and Conservation of energy I.Exam

9 10 11 12 13 14

Linear momentum; Impulse; Collisions Rotation of a Rigid ObjectAbout a FixedAxis Angular Momentum Static Equilibrum and Elasticity Oscillatory Motion Universal Gravitation

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Programme Advantages Non e Partially Full Contri bution X

1

The Applying Ability Of Mathematic, Applied Science And Engineering Knowledge The Ability Of The Designing And Doing Experiment And That Of Analyzing Comment Of The Experimental Results The Ability Of The Designing Of A System Or Piece Or Progression In A Way Providing The Required Necessities The Working Ability In The Multidisciplinary Teams The Description, Analyzing And Solution Ability Of The Engineering Problems Professional And Ethic Responsibility Conscious x

2

X

3

4

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5

X

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X

7

The Ability Of Making Active Communication (As Turkish And English) The Training To Understand The Effects Of The Engineering Problems In Universal And Social Scale The Conscious On The Necessity Of Long Life Learning

x

8

X

9

x

10

The Knowledge About The Age's Problems The Using Capability Of The Techniques, Competence And Modern Tools Which Are Need For Engineering Applications To teach of the basic geological information for material engineers

x

11

x

12

x

Prepared by : Res Asst. Melike ULU

Date : 04.05.2009

AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGNEERNG FACULTY / INSTITUTE COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: KMÜ 101 General Chemistry I Semester Theoretic Hour Practice Hour Total Hour Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Department Credits ECTS Education Language Type: Compulsor y/ Elective Compulsor y

1. Semester

3

2 -

5

4

6

Turkish

Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim

Assist. Prof. Arzu ENGN One Group

Mail :[email protected] Web : Mail : Web :

To give knowledge about general chemistry to undergraduate students of Chemical Engineering Department

Course Goals

To informed undergraduate students about chemistry subjects and to provide the usage of their chemistry knowledge in the future

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

1. To explain importance of chemistry in their life and chemical engineering area, 2. To provide doing chemical calculations by using of the basic mathematical knowledge 3. To provide easy understanding of Chemistry scince by explaining matter, atom, mole, Avagadros number etc. concepts 4. To give information about periodic table and its properties 5. To give information about chemical reactions 6. To give information about solid, liquid and gases 7. To give information about thermodynamics 8. To give information about these information from a real life point of view to undergraduate students of Chemical Engineering Department.

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

- Mortimer C.E. çevirisi, Modern Üniversite Kimyasi I-II, Çalayan Kitabevi, 1993 -Ralph H. Petrucci, R. H. Petrucci; çev. ed. T. Uyar., 2005, Genel Kimya, lkeler ve Modern Uygulamalar

Methods of Give a Lecture If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz Assessment Criterias 2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination Semester Course Plan Week Subjects Matter-Its Properties and Measurement 1. The Scope of Chemistry 2. Properties of Matter 3. Classification of Matter 4. Measurement of Matter: SI (Metrik) Units 5. Density and Percent Composition: Their Use in Problem Solving 6. Uncertainties in Scientific Measurements and Significants Figures 7. Practices X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

X

60

1

2

3

4

5-6

7-8

Atoms and the Atomic Theory 1. Early Chemical Discoveries and the Atomic Theory 2. The Nuclear Atom 3. Chemical Elements 4. Atomic Masses 5. Introduction to Periodic Table 6. The Concept of the Mole and the Avagadro Constant 7. Using the Mole Concept in Calculations 8. Practices Chemical Compounds 1. Periodic Table 2. Types of Chemical Compounds and Their Formulas 3. The Mole Concept and Chemical Compounds 4. Composition of Chemical Compounds 5. Oxidation States: A Useful Tool in Describing Chemical Compounds 6. Naming of Chemical Compounds 7. Practices Chemical Reactions 1. Chemical Reactions and Chemical Equations 2. Chemical Equations and Stoichiometry 3. Chemical Reactions in Solution 4. Determining the Limiting Reactant 5. Practices Introduction to Reactions in Aqueous Solutions 1. The Nature of Aqueous Solutions 2. Precipitation Reactions 3. Acid-Base Reactions 4. Oxidation-Reduction Reactions and Balancing 5. Stoichiometry of Reactions in Aqueous Solutions: Titrations 6. Practices I. Quiz Gases 1. Properties of Gases: Gas Pressure 2. The Simple Gas Laws 3. Combining the Gas Laws: The Ideal Gas Equation and the General Gas Equation 4. Applications of the Ideal Gas Equation 5. Gases in Chemical Reactions 6. Mixture of Gases 7. Kinetic-Molecular Theory of Gases 8. Nonideal (Real) Gases 9. Practices Thermochemistry 1. Getting Started: Some Terminology 2. Heat 3. Heats of Reaction and Calorimetry 4. Work 5. The First Law of Thermodynamics 6. Heat of Reaction: U and H 7. Indirect Determination of H: Hess's Law 8. Stardard Entalpies of Formation 9. Practices

9-10

11-12

13-14

15-16

Liquids, Solids and Intermolecular Forces 1. Intermolecular Forces 2. Vaporization of Liquids 3. Some Properties of Solids 4. Phase Diagrams 5. Van der Waals Forces 6. Hydrogen Bonding 7. Chemical Bonds as Intermolecular Forces 8. Crystal Structures 9. Energy Changes in the Formation of Ionic Crystals 10. Practices Final Examination

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Ful l Co ntri but ion

Programme Advantages

Non e

Partially

1

Skills of application of mathematics, science and engineering knowledge Skills of envisagement of experiment, application of experiment, analysis and interpretation of experiment results Skills of design of a system, part or process as to be meet the requirements Skills of working at interdiciplineray teams X

X

2

X

3

X

4

5

Skills of identification, formulation and solution of engineering problems

X

6

Conscious of professional and ethic responsibility

X

7

Skills of providing of efficient comminication Education in required widthness to understand the effects of engineering solutuions in the point of universal and social view. Conscious of necessity of lifetime teaching

X

8

X

9

X

10

Knowledge about problems of age

X

11

Skills of using of required technics, abilities and modern equipments for engineering applications To graduate the students who have seen the industrial application by means of making technical trips and summer practices

X

12

Prepared by : Assist. Prof. Dr. Arzu ENGN

Date : 09.05.2009

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

ENGINEERING FACULTY COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: KMÜ 103 Technical Drawings Semester Theoretic Hour 1 Ress Asst. smail UCUN Single group Mail : [email protected] Web : Mail : Web : Practice Hour 2 Total Hour 2 Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Credits 2 ECTS 4 Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsory/ Elective Compulsory

II Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim

In this course, students will learn the fundamentals of technical drawing techniques. In the first section, drawing standards, drawing materials and drawing tools are introduced. Secondly, basics of drawing utilizing freehand sketching are given.

1. To obtain an understanding of different type drawings and the

turkish standarts. Course Goals

2. to acquire sketching and drawing skills, 3. To obtain an understanding of standart projections and how these

projections are located on the templated paper.

4. To gain familiarity with technical drawings of some basic shaped

bodies.

5. To obtain dimensioning, toleransing and notating issues for

assembly and manufactoring drawings.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

1. Learn using terms about drawings, technical drawing phenomenon and technical drawing tools. 2. Understand the dimensioning, notating, shape and roughness tolerance, 3. Recognize methods of projection system. 4. Determine the differences between manufacturing drawings and assembly drawings. 5. Learn requirement of cross sectioning and hatching. Course Book: 1. Kemal Türkdemir, 2004 , Uygulamali teknik resim. Pamukkale Üniversitesi yayinlari, Denizli. Auxiliary Book: 1. Metin Baci, 1992, Teknik Resim I,II,III, Birsen Yayinevi, stanbul.

Methods of Give a Lecture

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Teorical and practical lectures and practical classes If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 20

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination X X 20 60

Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 Subjects Technical definition and importance of technical drawing, the definition and using of drawing tools and materials, line and types of lines, writing and types of writings, Geometrical drawings(related to line and circle) Drawings of regular polygon of which side lenght was given

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Views of objects, only one sided drawings, projections Two and tree sided drawings, Perspective and its methods, applications of perspective drawing, Choise of frontial view 1.Exam Auxilary views Determining the dimensions, Manufacturing Processes Perspective drawing, Use of conventional dimension techniques to describe size and shape accurately on an engineering drawing Cross sections,hatching, leaders, dimension lines, extension lines, and notes. Recognize aligned and unidirectional dimensioning systems, tolerancing, notating Assembly drawings

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Full Contribution x x x Partially x

1

The techniques, ability, and skills to use modern instruments necessary for the engineering practices Ability to design a system, a part or a process for providing desired requirements using an actual information and software technologies with production methods and various design approaches Ability to design test and to perform analysis and explanation of the results obtained with practice Ability to do the required measurement and controls and to do the preparation and the practice of the work analysis and its procedure steps

2

3

4

None

Programme Advantages

5

The awareness of interaction among the user ­ machine and environment with work security rules Ability to identify, formulate, and solve the engineering problems Ability to apply the information from math, science, engineering and pedagogy Ability to utilize publication/catalog and web sites in English related with profession The consciousness of profession, economy, ethic and social liability Entrepreneurship, ability of organization communication with public and/or customer Ability to work in interdisciplinary groups and ability of good x

x

6

x

7

x

8

9

x

10

x

11

x

12

Ability to work alone and under various restrictions

x

13

Self-learning ability and ability to reach the information sources Ability of hands on and demonstration based teaching to a person and groups in matters related to profession

x

14

x

Prepared by :Ress Asst. smail UCUN

Date:04.05.2009

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING FACULTY COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: BIL-101Usage of Basic Information Technologies Semester Theoretic Hour 2 Practice Hour 2 Lecturer. Mustafa Nuri URAL Mail : [email protected] Web : Mail : Web : Total Hour 4 3 Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Credits ECTS Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsory/ Elective Compulsory

II

3

Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim

-

This course is intended to provide background knowledge and the basic skills to students and able to use the computer for their school work and professional jobs.

Basic concepts and definitions in computers and information technology, Building skills for computer use and file management, Building experience for use of a word processor (Microsoft Word), Ability of data tabulation (Microsoft Excel), Ability of efficient use of Internet / E-mail for information exchange, Good presentation skills by using computer (Microsoft Power-point) Preparing the students to apply the knowledge and experience on computers to materials selection problems

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

Course Goals

-Knowledge of major concepts and definitions on computers and information technology -Learning skills to effective data management and presentations -Being able to use new programs to make data processing

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

AKU Department of Informatics online resources (in Turkish).

Methods of Give a Lecture

Interactive lectures and practices If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz x General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination

x

60

Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Basic concepts-I Basic concepts-II Using computers and file management Word processors (Microsoft Word)-I Word processors (Microsoft Word)-II Data tabulation and plotting (Microsoft Excel)-I Data tabulation and plotting (Microsoft Excel)-II I.Exam Subjects

9 10 11 12 13 14

Internet / Emails-I, Internet / Emails-II Making presentations (Microsoft Powerpoint)-I Making presentations (Microsoft Powerpoint)-II Making presentations (Microsoft Powerpoint)-III Practices-I Practices-II

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Programme Advantages Non e Partially Full Contri bution X

1

Building the ability of understanding basic concepts of computers and information technologies

2

Ability of using computers and file management Ability of using computers for analyzing and evaluation of experimental results Ability of using word processors for engineering reports

X

3

X

4

X

5

Ability of defining and solving engineering problems

X

6

Consciousness of professional and ethical responsibility

X

7

Efficient communication ability (Turkish and English) Common wide education providing the opportunities to understand the universal and social effects of engineering approaches Consciousness of need for life-long education

X

8

X

9

X

10

Being aware of current social problems around the world

X

11

Ability of using novel methods and techniques for engineering applications Educating students with a knowledge and experience of using computers for solving engineering problems and industrial applications Preparing students for post-graduate work life via technical trips and internships which would contribute their experience for novel industrial applications Preparing students for other courses of undergraduate program and helping them to apply basic principles of materials science to product developments and design processes Preparing students with critical and analytical thought ability X

X

12

X

13

14

X

15

X

Prepared by : Lecturer. Mustafa Nuri URAL

Date : 04.05.2009

AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING FACULTY COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: YAD-101 English I Semeste r Theor etic Hour 3 Practi ce Hour 0 Tot al Ho ur 3 Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Credi ts Education Language Type: Compulsor y/ Elective Compulsor y

ECTS

1

3

3

Turkish

Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim Assist. Prof. Dr. M.Galip ÇDUYGU Mail : [email protected] Web : Mail : Web :

It is aimed to refresh grammer knowledge of the students and prepare them for the reading, writing and listening practice for next semester

Course Goals

Indentify the sentence structure, answer the questions related with the current passage, write English paragraphes, understand the spoken English and make daily conversations

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

Obtain the speaking and comunicaiton ability. Able to write simple sentences and paragrahs. Understant the conversation and answer the asked questions. Follow the newspapers and books in basic lavel

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

English Language Studies (ELS) Kaynaklari

Methods of Give a Lecture

Verbal expression, practical application, question and answer If Available, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination

X

60

Semester Course Plan Week The Verb "Be" 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 The Present Continuous Tense The Simple Present Tense

Subjects

The Simple Present or the Present Continuous The Simple Past Tense The Past Continuous Tense The Present Perfect Tense

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

The Present Perfect Continuous Tense The Past Perfect Tense Simple Past and Past Perfect Tense in Time Clauses The Past Perfect Continuous Tense Future Time ("will" or "be going to") The Future Continuous Tense The Future Perfect Tense and The Future Perfect Continuous Tenses

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Full Non Partial Contributio e ly n science and x

Program Autputs

1

Ability of using engineering

of

Mat,

2

Ability of setting up an experiment, and application and analysis and evaluation of the experiment, Ability of sup dividing the procedure giving the rigth answer for the needs, and control the whole procedure Ability of working with different dissiplines and groups To be able to evaluate, formulate and solve of engineering problems. To comprehend of Vocational and technical responsibility Ability of effective comminication in english and turkish. In order to understand the solution of construction Technologies in local and global dimension.

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4 5

x x x

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To comprehend of life learning needs. To have knowledge of global obtacles. To be able to use of technics, compatences and modern equipments necessary for the construction industry. To have theratical and practical knowledge, which is necessary for the construction industry, and to be able to use this knowledges for education and construction industry. To have competence of design application of construction projects. and x

x

11

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14

To graduate students with practical experiences having technical visit and workshops in industry To be able to reach knowledge and use in solving a problem. Ability of taking initiative x x x

x

15 16 17

To have comprehensive education technics and to be able use of them. Prepared by: Assist. Prof. Dr. M.Galip ÇDUYGU

Date: 01.05.2009

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING FACULTY COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: TDL 101 Turkish Language and Grammar 1 Semester Theoretic Hour 2 Practice Hour 0 Total Hour 2 Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Credits 2 ECTS 1 Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsory/ Elective C

1 Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim

Sebahattin ÖZKAN

Mail :[email protected] Web : Mail : Web :

At the end of the year the freshmen will be aware of his/her mother tongue's grammar rules as well as its semantics and phonetics, apart from this they will be able use the language in an accurate way considering these rules and they will have consciousness regarding the value of their native language.

Course Goals

In every field of study and working after graduation the skill built for using the native tongue efficiently and accurately to express one's ideas is vital in every aspect.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

To teach Turkish efficiently and make it loved by students

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Turkish Language and Writing Skills, Afyon Education, Health, Science and Research Society Press, Afyon 2004 All reference materials, without any criteria, regarding Turkish Language and Writing Skills, Turkish - Turkish Dictionary, Orthography Guide, Punctuation Guide, Dictionary of Idioms, Dictionary of Proverbs, Periodicals

Methods of Give a Lecture

Verbal expression, to dramatize, practical application If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination

X

60

Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Language and Culture Turksh Language and the location of Turkish language in the world's languages The historical development of the Turkish language - I The historical development of the Turkish language - II Foreign words which have broken into Turkish language and linguistic revolution The alphabets Turks used, the classification of the Turkish dialects Phonetic I.Exam Subjects

9 10 11 12 13 14

Euphony in Turkish words, nouns, adjectives, pronouns and adverbs Verbs and structures in verbs Prepositions ­ Words according to semantic characteristics Word groups and syntax Capitilizations Writing rules

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Ful l Co ntri but ion

Programme Advantages

Non e

Partially

1

Getting (someone) ready for life

X

2

Gaining native-speaking skills

X

3

Facilitating learning skills of a foreign language

X

4

Empowerment of social relations

X

5

Stimulating sense of delight among arts

X

6

Gaining interpretation skills

X

Prepared by : Sebahattin ÖZKAN 04.05.2009

Date :

AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: BEG 101 Physical Education Semester Theoretic Hour 2 Yunus TORTOP Single Group Mail : [email protected] Web : Mail : Web : Practice Hour 0 Total Hour 2 Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsory/ Elective Elective

Credits 2.0

ECTS 1.0

I Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes

Course Aim

To give information about the foundations of Physical Education, the fundamentals of Sports, the development of physical education nationally and worldwide, to inform about the aims and principles of physical education and sports, to make the students understand the relation between performance and physical education.by using this information.

Course Goals

To give students the fundamentals, ability, habbits of physical education and sport; also contribute to physical, mental and social developments of students.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

To enable the students to enjoy this lesson and to make them happy by contributing to physical and mental development.

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Physical Activity Sciences, Editors: Bouchard, C., McPherson, B., Taylor, A.W., Human Kinetics Books, Champaign, 1991. Lumpkin, A., Physical Education and Sport A Contemporary Introduction, Second Edition, Times Mirror/Mosby College Publishing, St-Louis, 1991.

Methods of Give a Lecture

Lectures give the lesson. Students are required to attend the course regularly and make the necessary exercises. If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz 2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination x General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Assessment Criterias

x

60

Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Physical education and sports science Sports training Physiology of sports Sports for whole life Sports injuries and the ways for protection Sociology of sports Gymnastic I.Exam Subjects

9 10 11 12 13 14

Athleticism Football Basketball Handball Volleyball Swimming

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Ful l Co ntri but ion

Programme Advantages

Non e

Partially

1

Teaching Fundamentals of calculus

X

2

Forming basic facilities for other courses of sciences

X

3

Improving mathematical thinking

X

4

Improving the ability to provide proofs

X

5

Teaching ability to solve problems

X

6

Inclining research and investigation

X

7

Improving scientific tought

X

8

Teaching systematical and logical tought

X

9

Illustrating relation between applied sciences Teaches the ability of giving right and practical answers for the current problems

X

10

X

Prepared by : Yunus TORTOP

Date : 04.05.2009

EK-4

AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING FACULTY COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: GSM 101- Fine Arts Semester Theoretic Hour 2 Practice Hour 0 Lecturer Hakan ERGUN Single Group This fine art elective course that is given in two years, purposed acquiring art culture limitation of general art education. Another style of exposition to comphended to the student; art; that is at definited dimension , make more humanist, enhance life, about art's nature and various kind discipline to give knowledge ability and intelligence to the student.making them more humanist more interragaters and more sozialized is main goal of this course. Mail : [email protected] Web : Mail : Web : Total Hour 2 2 Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Credits 1 ECTS Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsory/ Elective Elective

1

Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes

Course Aim

1- To understand difficulty at definition of art concept. 2- To define art and artist adequately. 3- To understand natures of different art disciplines and analyse systems. 4- To solve problems of corruption on artistic areas. 5- To categorize functions of different art disciplines, to understand origin of art , to define functions of art. 1- It is about difficulty of definition of art concept. 2- It explains defination of art and artist adequately. 3- It provides understanding of natures of different art disciplines and analysing systems. 4- It provides solving of problems of corruption on artistic areas. 5- It provides categorizing functions of different art disciplines, to understand origin of art , to define functions of art.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

Course Goals

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

CD, DVD, MP3, Çeitli Sanat Dergileri - Tunali, smail ;Greek Estetii, Remzi Kitabevi - Tunali , smail ;. Estetik, Remzi Kitabevi - Turani, Adnan; Sanat Terimleri Sözlüü, Remzi Kitabevi - Eczacibai Sanat Ansiklopedisi, Remzi Kitabevi - Turani, Adnan ; Çada sanat Felsefesi, Remzi Kitabevi - Tunali, smail ; Felsefenin Iiinda Modern Resim, Remzi Kitabevi Exposition of the lecturer If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Methods of Give a Lecture

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination

X

60

Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Defination of Art Generally Art, Originally Art Generally Art, (Definitions-concepts) Natural Art Object Classification of Fine Arts Analising of Artistic Object and Crafts of Art Origin of Art I.Exam Subjects

9 10 11 12 13 14

Functions of art What's Subject ­What's Object What's Object What's Beauty Generally What's Beauty Easthetically Good in art, Easthetic as a Science of Beauty

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Ful l Co ntri but ion

Programme Advantages

Non e

Partially

1

Skills of applying basic sciences and engineering knowledge Capacity of designing and conducting of an experiment, analysing the results and making comments Designing skills of a system, part or process fulfilling the requirements

X

2

X

3

X

4

Capability of working in an interdisciplinary squad

X

5

Skills of identifying, formulating and solving engineering problems

X

6

Consciousness of profession and ethical responsibility

X

7

Effective communication skill (in Turkish and English) Education to understand the effects of engineering solutions in the universal and social dimensions

X

8

X

9

Consciousness of life-long learning

X

10

Knowledge about the problems of the century Usage skills of modern equipments, facilities and techniques required for engineering applications To raise graduates who possess satisfactory knowledge about the processes and technologies regarding to the production, forming and tailoring ceramic-based materials and their micro-structure and properties and could be able to tarnsfer all of these to national ceramic industry in order to fulfil the industrial needs. To raise graduates who experienced visual industrial contacts during their technical factory visits and summer studies in the relevant sector.

X

11

X

12

X

13

X

Prepared by : Lecturer Hakan ERGUN

Date : 04.05.2009

AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: Department / Department of : KMÜ104-Introduction to Chemical Chemical Engineering Engineering Total Theoretic Practice Education Semester Credits ECTS Hour Hour Language Hour 2 1 0 1 1 3 Turkish Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim Assist. Prof. Dr. Tunçer MUTLU One Group Mail : [email protected] Web : Mail : Web : www.sciencedirect.com; ACS sites

Type: Compulsory/ Elective Compulsory

To teach the fundamentals of chemical engineering

1-To teach the story and developpment of chemical engineering. 2-To teach the importance of chemical engineering and their interaction with other engineerings. 3-To teach the basic engineering notions. 4-To insighting the unit operations, unit process and process control topics. 5-To study the energy and energy resources subjects. 6-To teach the processing of raw materials and utilisation of wastes.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

Course Goals

1-To known the expects and recognition of chemical engineering. 2-The talent for making the decision between process and operations. 3-The talent of the analysis on the chemical process.

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Kimya Mühendisliine Giri, hsan ÇATALTA, TÜ Yayinlari,stanbul,1995. Wright, Paul H., Koblaz, A., Sayle II, W.E., Introduction to Engineering, John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1989. Tekeli, S., Kahya, E., Dosay, M. et all, Bilim Tarihine Giri, 3.Basim, Nobel, 2001. Gürel, A. Osman, Doa Bilimleri Tarihi, mge Kitabevi, 1.Baski, 2001.

Methods of Give a Lecture

Exposition If Available, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination

X Subjects

60

Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Introduction to chemical engineering The unit operations in chemical engineering The unit processes and energy resources The numerical methods in engineering The automation and process control in engineering Processing of petroleum and petrochemicals Midterm exam

8

Fuel chemistry and related thermodynamic principles

9 10 11 12 13 14

Renewable energy resources The processing of solid wastes and their recovery The instumental analysis methods and their basic principles, for raw materials and products analysis in chemical engineering Boron and boron chemicals and technology Computer simulations in chemical engineering Cellulose chemistry and technology

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Earns of Program 1 Ability to apply his/her knowledge in materials science, technology and general science Ability to plan and carry out various tests for materials and to interpret and analyze the results Necessary technological processes planning ability with a view to develop of material property Ability to choose materials for any mechanical component, ability to plan technological or heat treatment operations suitable for the material Ability to develop alloys which has newer properties than conventional alloy by use of materials science fundamentals Ability to use appropriate techniques and modern tools for technological applications Ability to work in interdisciplinary groups None Partially X Full Contribution

2

X

3

X

4

X

5

X

6

X

7

X

8

Active communication ability (Turkish and English) Ability to teach manufacturing technology to vocational high school students

X

9

X

10 11 12

Ability to teach subjects in his/her field by demonstrating and applying to individuals and groups of people Ability to teach the fundamentals of materials science to vocational high school students Occupational and ethic responsibility conscious To be aware of user-machine-environment interaction with work safety rules Being conscious of life time learning Having undergraduates who attended technical excursion and industrial applications related to their subjects by means of industrial training

X X X

13 14 15

X X X

Prepared by: Assist. Prof.Dr. Tunçer MUTLU

Date: May 2009

EK-4 AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGNEERNG FACULTY / INSTITUTE COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM Course Code and Name: KMÜ 102 General Chemistry II

Semester Theoretic Hour 3 Practice Hour 2 5 Total Hour 4

Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Department

Credits ECTS Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsory/ Elective Compulsory

2. Semester

6

Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim

Assist. Prof. Dr. Arzu ENGN One Group Mail :[email protected] Web : Mail : Web :

To give knowledge about general chemistry to undergraduate students of Chemical Engineering Department

Course Goals

To informed undergraduate students about chemistry subjects and to provide the usage of their chemistry knowledge in the future

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

9. To explain importance of chemistry in their life and mining engineering area, 10. To provide doing chemical calculations by using of the basic mathematical knowledge 11. To give information about kimyasal kinetics, equilibrium and thermodynamics laws 12. To give information about acid-base concepts 13. To give information about electrochemistry 14. To give information about these information from a real life point of view to undergraduate students of Chemical Engineering Department

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

- Mortimer C.E. çevirisi, Modern Üniversite Kimyasi I-II, Çalayan Kitabevi, 1993 -Ralph H. Petrucci, R. H. Petrucci; çev. ed. T. Uyar., 2005, Genel Kimya, lkeler ve Modern Uygulamalar

Methods of Give a Lecture If Avaible, to Sign (x) Assessment Criterias 1. Quiz 2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

X

60

Semester Course Plan Subjects Week Chemical Kinetics 1. The Rate of a Chemical Reaction 2. Measuring Reaction Rates 3. Effect of Concentration on Reaction Rates: The Rate Law 4. Zero-Order Reactions 5. First-Order Reactions 1-2 6. Second-Order Reactions 7. Rection Kinetics 8. The Effect of Temperature on Reaction Rates 9. Recation Mechanism 10. Catalysis 11. Practices Principles of Chemical Equilibrium 1. Dynamic Equilibrium 2. The Equilibrium Constant Expression 3-4 3. Relationships Involving Equilibrium Constants 4. The Reaction Quotient, Q: Predicting the Direction of Net Change 5. Altering Equilibrium Conditions: Le Châtelier's Principle 6. Equilibrium Calculations

7. Practices Acids and Bases 1. The Arrhenius Theory 2. Brønshted-Lowry Theory 3. The Self-Ionization of Water and the pH Scale 4. Stronge Acids and Strong Bases 5. Weak Acids and Weak Bases 6. Polyprotic Acids 7. Ions as Acids and Bases 8. Molecular Structure and Acid-Base Behavior 9. Lewis Acids and Bases 10. Practices Acid-Base Equilibria 1. The Common-Ion Effect in Acid-Base Equilibria 2. Buffer Solutions 3. Acid-Base Indicators 4. Neutralization Reactions and Titration Curves 5. Solutions of Salts of Polyprotic Acids 6. Acid-Base Equilibrium Calculations 7. Oxidation-Reduction Reactions (Practice) I. Ara Sinav Solubility and Complex-Ion Equilibria 1. The Solubility Product Constant Ksp 2. The Relationship Between Solubility and Ksp 3. The Common-Ion Effect in Solubility Equilibria 4. Limitations of the Ksp Concept 5. Fractional Precipitation 6. Solubility and pH 7. Equilibria Involving Complex Ions 8. Practices Spontaneous Change: Entropy and Free Energy 1. Spontaneity: The Meaning of Spontaneous Change 2. The Concept of Entropy 3. Evaluating Entropy and Entropy Changes 4. Criteria for Spontaneous Change: The Second Law of Thermodynamics 5. Standard Free Energy Change, G° 6. Free Energy Change and Equilibrium 7. G° and Keq as Functions of Temperature 8. Practices Electrochemistry 1. Electrode Potentials and Their Measurement 2. Standard Electrode Potentials 3. Ecell, G° and Keq 4. Ecell as a Function of Concentrations 5. Batteries, Producing Electricity Through Chemical Reactions 6. Corrosion: Unwanted Voltaic Cells

5-6

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10-11

12

13-14

15-16

7. Electrolysis: Causing Nonspontaneous Reactions to Occur 8. Industrial Electrolysis Processes 9. Practices Final Examination

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Fu ll C on tri bu tio n

Programme Advantages

Non e

Partiall y

1

Skills of application of mathematics, science and engineering knowledge Skills of envisagement of experiment, application of experiment, analysis and interpretation of experiment results Skills of design of a system, part or process as to be meet the requirements Skills of working at interdiciplineray teams Skills of identification, formulation and solution of engineering problems Conscious of professional and ethic responsibility X

X

2

X

3

X

4

5

X

6

X

7

Skills of providing of efficient comminication Education in required widthness to understand the effects of engineering solutuions in the point of universal and social view. Conscious of necessity of lifetime teaching

X

8

X

9

X

10

Knowledge about problems of age

X

11

Skills of using of required technics, abilities and modern equipments for engineering applications To graduate the students who have seen the industrial application by means of making technical trips and summer practices Prepared by : Assist. Prof. Dr. Arzu ENGN Date : 09.05.2009

X

12

EK-4

AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGNEERNG FACULTY / INSTITUTE COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Dersin Kodu ve Adi: KMÜ 106 Genel Kimya Laboratuvari Semester Theoretic Hour Practice Hour Total Hour Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Department Credits ECTS Education Language Type: Compulsor y/ Elective Compulsor y

2. Semester Prerequisite (s) Instructor

2 -

2

4

3

5

Turkish

Assist. Prof. Arzu ENGN One Group

Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim

Mail :[email protected] Web : Mail : Web :

To informed undergraduate students some basics chemistry terms and to gain skill about making experiment

Course Goals

To provided undergraduate students to learn applications of teoritical knowledge in the laboratory

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

To use of laboratory equipments and to gain skills

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

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Genel Kimya Laboratuvari, Cumhuriyet Üni. Kimya Bölümü, 2003. Genel Kimya Laboratuvar Kitabi, Bahattin SOYDAN; Güne KOZA, Nükhet TAN, Ümit TUNCA,2006. Genel Kimya Deneyleri, Gazi Ünv. Kimya Bölümü, Ankara, 2003. Laboratory Manual of General Chemistry, ODTÜ Kimya Bölümü, 2004.

Methods of Give a Lecture If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz Assessment Criterias 2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Definition and Properties of Matters Separation of Mixtures Diffusion of Gases Determination of According to Properties of Matters Cyristallization and Fractional Cyristtalization Stoichiometry Makeup I. Mid Term Subjects X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

X

60

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15-16

Reducing Freeze Point and Determination of Molecular Weigth Equivalent gram Weigth of Magnesium Types of Chemical Reactions Titration of Acid-Base Effect of Temperature on Reaction Kinetics Determination of Gas Constant Makeup Final

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Programme Advantages Non e Partially Full Contri bution

1

Skills of application of mathematics, science and engineering knowledge Skills of envisagement of experiment, application of experiment, analysis and interpretation of experiment results Skills of design of a system, part or process as to be meet the requirements Skills of working at interdiciplineray teams X

X

2

X

3

X

4

5

Skills of identification, formulation and solution of engineering problems

X

6

Conscious of professional and ethic responsibility

X

7

Skills of providing of efficient comminication Education in required widthness to understand the effects of engineering solutuions in the point of universal and social view.

X

8

X

9

Conscious of necessity of lifetime teaching

X

10

Knowledge about problems of age

X

11

Skills of using of required technics, abilities and modern equipments for engineering applications To graduate the students who have seen the industrial application by means of making technical trips and summer practices

X

12

Prepared by : Assist. Prof. Dr. Arzu ENGN

Date : 09.05.2009

EK4 AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING FACULTY COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: FZ 132- Physics II Semester II Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim Theoretic Hour 2 Res Asst. Melike ULU Single Group Mail : [email protected] Web : Mail : Web : Practice Hour 2 Total Hour 4 Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Language Credits ECTS of Instruction 3.0 5.0 Turkish

Type: Compulsory/ Elective Compulsory

In the frame of this lesson, Physics II; the aim is to increase the information about electric and magnetism for students of material science and engineering department.

1) The course Physics II includes the fundamentals of electric subjects; 2) To form a basis for physics; 3) Understanding the static electricity, interaction of charges, Coulomb's Law by examples; 4) The electric field and Gauss's Law; 5) Understanding the basic concepts of electrical potential and electrical potential energy; 6) Capacitance and the types of capacitances; 7) Electrical current, resistance and DC circuits; 8) The magnetic field and magnetism; 9) Amper Law; 10) Faraday Law; 11) Alternating current; With this course, it is aimed to give an make students learn about the concepts of Physics II listed above.

Course Goals

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

1) Practising Coulomb's law for operations. 2) Understanding the basic Fundamentals of Physics II. 3) Practising electric field and Gauss's equations for problems. 4) Investigation the subjects of magnetic field and magnetism in the area of Materials Science and Engineering. 5) Having the ability of giving examples about Ampere's and Faraday's Laws for today circumstances. 6) Understanding the differences between AC and DC circuits. 1) Frederick J. Bueche, David A. Jerde, Fizik lkeleri II; Raymond A. Serway, Fen ve mühendislik için Fizik. 2) Raymond A. Serway, Physics for Scientists & Engineers Frederick J. Keller, W.Edward Gettys, Malcolm J. Skove, Fizik 2 3) Frederick J. Keller, W.Edward Gettys, Malcolm J. Skove, Physics-II

Methods of Giving Lecture

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Exposition of the lecturer, questions and answers. If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Assessment Criteria

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination

60

Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 Introduction to Physics II. Static electricity, types of electrical interactions and explaining electrical charges. The mathematical equation of interaction between charges and understanding of Coulomb's Law. Teaching electric field and Gauss's Law and problem solving about these subjects. Electrical potential and electrical potential energy. Subjects

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Capacitance, the serial and parallel connection of capacitances. Ohm's Law, current and resistance. I.Exam Electrical current and DC circuits. Magnetism, magnetic field, magnetic force Magnetic area of current which passes through a wire. Faraday's Law and mathematical equations. Alternating current. Amper's Law and its practising.

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Programme Advantages Non e Partially Full Contri bution X

1

Skills of applying basic sciences and engineering knowledge Capacity of designing and conducting of an experiment, analysing the results and making comments Designing skills of a system, part or process fulfilling the requirements

2

X

3

X

4

Capability of working in an interdisciplinary squad

X

5

Skills of identifying, formulating and solving engineering problems

X

6

Consciousness of profession and ethical responsibility

X

7

Effective communication skill (in Turkish and English)

X

8

Education to understand the effects of engineering solutions in the universal and social dimensions Consciousness of life-long learning X

X

9

10

Knowledge about the problems of the century Usage skills of modern equipments, facilities and techniques required for engineering applications

X

11

X

Prepared by : Res Asst. Melike ULU

Date : 04.05.09

AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING FACULTY COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: MAT 102 Mathematics -II Semester II Theoretic Hour 2 Practice Hour 2 Lecturer Hakan ÖZTÜRK Single Mail : [email protected] Web : Mail : Web : Total Hour 4 Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Credits 3 5 ECTS Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsory/ Elective Compulsory

Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim

Teaching mathematics II subjects and applying these in tecnology.

Course Goals

To give information to engineering students about sequences and series; coordinate systems; vectors; functions of several variables: Limit, continuty, partial derivative; multiple integrals.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

After finishing the course students will be able to learn sequences and series; coordinate systems; vectors; functions of several variables: Limit, continuty, partial derivative; multiple integrals, area and volume as integrals.

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

1. Görgülü, A. (2000) General Mathematics II: Differential and Integral Calculation. Osmangazi University Press, no:42, Eskiehir. 2. Balci, M. (2005) General Mathematics II, Balci Press

Methods of Give a Lecture

Lectures on applied and theoretical basis If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz x x General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40 60

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination

Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Subjects Sequences: Convergent sequences, monotonic sequences Series: Convergence of series with positive terms Series: alternating series, power series and Taylor's series and Maclaurin's series Cartesian coordinates in plane and space Vectors:Definition, scalar and vector products Equations of line and plane Vector valued functions I.Exam

9 10 11 12 13 14

Arc length and curvature Functions of several variables: Definition, graphics, limit and continuty Partial derivatives:Yüksek mertebeden kismi türevler, Geometric mean Double integrals: Definition and features, applications Double integrals: Applications, change of variables Triple integrals: Definition and features, applications , change of variables

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Programme Advantages Non e Partially Full Contri bution X

1

An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as analyze and interpret data An ability to design a system, component on process to meet desired needs An ability to function on multi-disciplmary teams

2

X

3

X

4

X

5

An ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems

X

6

An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility An ability for effective written and oral communication in Turkish and English The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal contents A recognition of the need for and ability to engage in life-long learning

X

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X

8

X

9

X

10

A knowledge of contemporary issues An ability to use the techniques skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice An ability to adapt to changing conditions

X

11

X

12

X

Prepared by : Lecturer Hakan ÖZTÜRK

Date : 04.05.2009

AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

ENGINEERING FACULTY COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: YAD-102 English II Semester Theore tic Hour 3 Practic e Hour 0 Tot al Hou r 3 Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Credit s 3 Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsory/ Elective Compulsory

ECTS

2 Prerequisite (s) Instructor

3

Assist. Prof. Dr.M.Galip ÇDUYGU

Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim

Mail : [email protected] Web : Mail : Web :

It is aimed to refresh grammer knowledge of the students and prepare them for the reading, writing and listening practice for next semester

Course Goals

Indentify the sentence structure, answer the questions related with the current passage, write English paragraphes, understand the spoken English and make daily conversations

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

Obtain the speaking and comunicaiton ability. Able to write simple sentences and paragrahs. Understant the conversation and answer the asked questions. Follow the newspapers and books in basic lavel

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

English Language Studies (ELS)

Methods of Give a Lecture

Verbal expression, practical application, question and answer If Available, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination

X

60

Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Subjects Request. With subject "I", with subject "You", with "would you mind", with Imperatives Necessity and Prohibitions. Must, Have to, Have got to, Musn't Advisability. Should, Ought to, Had beter Expectations. Be to and Be supposed to Ability. Can and Be able to Making Suggestion. "Let's do something","Why don't/doesn't + subject", "Shall we/I", "Could" Expressing Degree of Certanity. Present time, past time, future time and modals Preferences. Would rather/Would prefer

9 10 11 12 13 14

Habitual Past. Used to and would Passive Sentences If Clauses Noun Clauses Auxiliary verbs in short answers. "too and either", "So and Neither/nor", "question tags" Gerunds and Infinitives

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Program Autputs 1 Ability of using of Mat, science and engineering 2 Ability of setting up an experiment, and application and analysis and evaluation of the experiment, Ability of sup dividing the procedure giving the rigth answer for the needs, and control the whole procedure Ability of working with different dissiplines and groups To be able to evaluate, formulate and solve of engineering problems. To comprehend of Vocational and technical responsibility Ability of effective comminication in english and turkish. In order to understand the solution of construction Technologies in local and global dimension. To comprehend of life learning needs. To have knowledge of global obtacles. x x Non e x Partiall y Full Contribution

x

3

x

4

x

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x

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x

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x

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9 10

x

11

To be able to use of technics, compatences and modern equipments necessary for the construction industry. To have theratical and practical knowledge, which is necessary for the construction industry, and to be able to use this knowledges for education and construction industry. To have competence of design and application of construction projects. To graduate students with practical experiences having technical visit and workshops in industry To be able to reach knowledge and use in solving a problem. Ability of taking initiative To have comprehensive education technics and to be able use of them.

Prepared by:

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x

15 16 17

x x x

Date: 01.05.2009

Assist. Prof. Dr.M.Galip ÇDUYGU

EK-4

AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING FACULTY COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: TDL 102 Turkish Language And Grammar 2 Semester Theoretic Hour 2 Sebahattin ÖZKAN Single Group At the end of the year the freshmen will be aware of his/her mother tongue's grammar rules as well as its semantics and phonetics, apart from this they will be able use the language in an accurate way considering these rules and they will have consciousness regarding the value of their native language. Mail :[email protected] Web : Mail : Web : Practice Hour 0 Total Hour 2 Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Credits 2 ECTS 1 Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsory/ Elective C

II Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim Course Goals

In every field of study and working after graduation the skill built for using the native tongue efficiently and accurately to express one's ideas is vital in every aspect.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

To teach Turkish efficiently and make it loved by students

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Turkish Language and Writing Skills, Afyon Education, Health, Science and Research Society Press, Afyon 2004 All reference materials, without any criteria, regarding Turkish Language and Writing Skills, Turkish - Turkish Dictionary, Orthography Guide, Punctuation Guide, Dictionary of Idioms, Dictionary of Proverbs, Periodicals

Methods of Give a Lecture

Verbal expression, to dramatize, practical application If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination

X

60

Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Failures of statement Informations of composition Writing of composition The methods of statement in composition Types of written statement - I Types of written statement ­ II Types of written statement - III I.Exam Subjects

9 10 11 12 13 14

Types of written statement ­ IV, Story articles Correspondences Types of poetry Verbal statement and features of expression in Turkish Types of speechs to audience Techniques of preparation on articles

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Programme Advantages Non e Partially Full Contri bution

1

Getting (someone) ready for life

X

2

Gaining native-speaking skills

X

3

Facilitating learning skills of a foreign language

X

4

Empowerment of social relations

X

5

Stimulating sense of delight among arts

X

6

Gaining interpretation skills

X

Prepared by :Sebahattin ÖZKAN

Date :04.05.2009

EK-4 AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGNEERNG FACULTY / INSTITUTE COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: KMÜ 201 Differential Equations Sem Theoretic Practice Total ester Hour Hour Hour 1. Sem ester Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Department Credits ECTS Education Language Type: Compulsory/ Elective Compulsory

4

0

4

4

6

Turkish

Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant

Mail : Web : Mail : Web :

-

Groups / Classes One Group Course Aim

The aim of this course is to teach the solution methods of ordinary and partial differential equations and their application to chemical engineering systems.

Course Goals

To informed undergraduate students about partial differential equations and to provide the usage of their chemistry knowledge in the future

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

Achieves to solve Mathematical Models by the use of Analytical, Numerical and Statistical Techniques Model Structuring by the use of Mathematics and Basic Engineering

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

MElementary to Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems. William E. Boyce and Richard C.DiPrima, Fifth Edition.

Methods of Give a Lecture If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz Assessment Criterias 2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination Semester Course Plan W e e k 1 2 3 4 Subjects X 60 X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Consept of Differential Equation and Fundamental Definitions, Classification of Differential Equations, Ordinary Differential Equations of the First Order, Seperable Differential Equations, Existence and Uniquness Theorems, Exact Differential Equations and Integrating Factors, Second-Order Differential Equations,Homogenerous Equations with Constant Coefficients, Independence and the Wronskian, , ,Fundamental Solutions of Linear Homogeneous Differential Equations, Method of Undetermined Coefficients The Roots of the Characteristic Equation, Nonhomogeneous Differential Equations, Method of Variation of Parameters,

5

6

7

Euler Differential Equations, High Order Linear Differential Equations , General Theory of nth Order Linear Differential Equations, Homogeneous Differential Equations with Constant Coeffients, The Method of Undetermined Coefficients, The Methods of Variation of Parameters, Series Solutions of Second Order Linear Differential Equations,

8

9 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5 1 6

The Laplace Transform Solutions of Linear Differential Equations,

Systems of First-Order Linear Differential Equations, Systems of Linear Algebraic Differential Equations, Linear Independence, Sturm-Liouville Problems. Eigenvalues, Eigenvectors, Continue,

Non-linear Differential Equations

Final Examination

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Programme Advantages None 1 Partially Full Contributi on

Skills of application of mathematics, science and engineering knowledge

X

2 Skills of envisagement of experiment, application of experiment, analysis and interpretation of experiment results 3 Skills of design of a system, part or process as to be meet the requirements 4 Skills of working at interdiciplineray teams X X

X

5

Skills of identification, formulation and solution of engineering problems

X

6

Conscious of professional and ethic responsibility

X

7

Skills of providing of efficient comminication Education in required widthness to understand the effects of engineering solutuions in the point of universal and social view. Conscious of necessity of lifetime teaching

X

8

X

9

X

1 Knowledge about problems of age 0 1 Skills of using of required technics, abilities and modern equipments for 1 engineering applications 1 To graduate the students who have seen the industrial application by 2 means of making technical trips and summer practices

X

X

x

Prepared by :

Date : 09.05.2009

EK-4

AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

ENGINEERING FACULTY / INSTITUTE COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: KMM-203 Mass and Energy Balances Semester Theoretic Hour 4 Practice Hour -Total Hour 4 Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Credits 3 ECTS 8 Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsor y/ Elective Compulsory

III Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim

Assoc.Prof. Dr. nci TÜRK TORUL ---One group

Mail :[email protected] Web : Mail : Web :

Scrutinize by engineering approach of input-output analyses of all physical processes in Chemical Engineering. Analyze by energy needed and mass chance happened in these processes.

1.Gain experience in using and conversion of different unit systems. 2.Provide experience in solution techniques to the problems in mass and energy balances 3.Giving of basic knowledges that students need for the material balances in chemical engineering 4.Developing students talent by giving basic knowledge about energy balance calculations for chemical engineering 5.Gaining of solution techniques and talent about heat of combustion, combustion problems and fuel, by giving related knowledge. 6.Application of different computer programs to solve energy and material balances for students. 7.Development of students' talent in practical solving techniques. Stress the importance of group study and apply it for various problem solutions.

Course Goals

Teaching of unit systems (Metric, S.I., English Unit Systems) about all branches of engineering as in chemical engineering Teaching of chemical processes in which mass, volume, chemical content, pressure and temperature used in chemical engineering. Giving of basic knowledges about material balances in chemical engineering Giving of basic knowledges about kinetic and potential energy to be used in open and close systems in energy balances. To examine the single and multi recycle currents and bypass streams Development and teaching of solving techniques of chemical engineering calculations. Researching of all studies in which mass and energy balances used in industrial manufacturing area. Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering, David M. Himmelblau, 6th Edition 1996. Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes, Richard M. Felder, Ronald W. Rousseau, Second Edition 1986. Sinai Stokiometri, Endüstride Kütle ve Enerji Hesaplamalari, Prof. Dr. hsan Çatalta, Üçüncü Baski 1982. Compulsory expression, question and solution, homework If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Methods of Give a Lecture

Assessment Criterias

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination

x

60

Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 Subjects Units and Dimensions (Metric, S.I., English Unit Systems) Introduction to Mass and Energy Balances Chemical Processes Process Parameters (Mass, Volume, Chemical Content, Pressure , Temperature) Calculation of Mass Balances

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Single and Multi Recycle Currents Bypass Currents Reactive Systems Midterm exam I Combustion Reactions Single Phase Systems (Liquid and Solid Phase, Ideal Gases, Real Gases), Multi Phase Systems Energy Balances (Kinetic and Potential Energy) Energy Balances ( Energy Balances of Close Systems) Energy Balances ( Energy Balances of Open Systems)

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Programme Advantages None Partially Full Contribution X

1

Skills of application of mathematics, science and engineering knowledge Skills of envisagement of experiment, application of experiment, analysis and interpretation of experiment results Skills of design of a system, part or process as to be meet the requirements Skills of working at interdisciplinary teams Skills of identification, formulation and solution of engineering problems Conscious of professional and ethic responsibility X X

2

3

X

4

X

5

X

6

7

Skills of providing of efficient communication Education in required widthness to understand the effects of engineering solutions in the point of universal and social view. Conscious of necessity of lifetime teaching

X

8

X

9

X

10

Knowledge about problems of age Skills of using of required techniques, abilities and modern equipments for engineering applications To graduate the students who have seen the industrial application by means of making technical trips and summer practices X

X

11

X

12

Prepared by :Assoc. Prof. Dr. nci TÜRK TORUL

Date :12.05.2009

AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

ENGINEERING FACULTY COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: KMU-203 Physical Chemistry Semest er Theore tic Hour 3 Practic e Hour 0 Tot al Hou r 3 Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Credit s 3 Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsory/ Elective Compulsory

ECTS

3

6

Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim Assist. Prof. Dr.M.Galip ÇDUYGU Mail : Web : Mail : Web :

To give basic knowledge about basics of chemistry, thermodynamic laws and chemical kinetics

Course Goals

Combine theoritic knowledge with daily concepts Use theoritic knowledge in Industrial Processes

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

To be able to use theoric knowledge in real processes To be able to solve problems by using these knowledge

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Physical Chemistry. 6 th Edition Prof. Dr. Yuksel Sarikaya

Methods of Give a Lecture

Verbal expression, practical application, question and answer If Available, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination

X

60

Semester Course Plan Wee k 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Subjects Basic Chemistry Laws, System and state variables, Difference between state variables, Properties of state funcitons deal Gas Laws, deal Gas Mixtures Kinetic Gas Postulation The First Laws of Thermodynamics The second and thirth Laws of Thermodynamics Basic Equations of Thermodynamics Phase Equilibrium, Phase Diagrams, Phase Conversions, Clausius-Clapeyron Equation Physical Properties of Matter. Viscosity, Surface Tension, Colligative and Structural Properties

9 10 11 12 13 14

Real Gases Mixtures, Concentration, Partial Molar Properties, Gibbs Phase Rule deal Mixtures, Henry, Raoult and Dalton Laws, Colligative Properties Chemical Thermodynamics. Reaction energy, enthaply, Hess Rule, Energy balance Chemical Equilibrium. Reaction Entrohpy, Gibbs Free Energy Chemical Kinetics. Rate of reaction, Rate laws, Reaction rate postulates

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Program Autputs 1 Ability of using of Mat, science and engineering 2 Ability of setting up an experiment, and application and analysis and evaluation of the experiment, Ability of sup dividing the procedure giving the rigth answer for the needs, and control the whole procedure Ability of working with different dissiplines and groups To be able to evaluate, formulate and solve of engineering problems. To comprehend of Vocational and technical responsibility Ability of effective comminication in english and turkish. In order to understand the solution of construction Technologies in local and global dimension. To comprehend of life learning needs. To have knowledge of global obtacles. X X Non e Partiall y X Full Contribution

X

3

X

4

5

X

6

X

7

X

8

9 10

X X

11

To be able to use of technics, compatences and modern equipments necessary for the construction industry. To have theratical and practical knowledge, which is necessary for the construction industry, and to be able to use this knowledges for education and construction industry. To have competence of design and application of construction projects. To graduate students with practical experiences having technical visit and workshops in industry To be able to reach knowledge and use in solving a problem. Ability of taking initiative To have comprehensive education technics and to be able use of them.

Prepared by: Assist. Prof. Dr.M.Galip ÇDUYGU

X

12

X

13

X

14

X

15 16 17

X X X

Date: 01.05.2009

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGNEERNG FACULTY / INSTITUTE COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: KMÜ 207 Analytical Chemistry Semester Theoretic Hour Practice Hour Total Hour Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Department Credits ECTS Education Language Type: Compulsor y/ Elective Compulsor y

3. Semester

2

0 -

2

2

5

Turkish

Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim

Assist. Prof. Arzu ENGN One Group

Mail :[email protected] Web : Mail : Web :

To give knowledge about analytical chemistry to undergraduate students of Chemical Engineering Department

Course Goals

To informed undergraduate students about analytical chemistry subjects and to provide the usage of their chemistry knowledge in the future

15. To explain importance of Analytical Chemistry in their life and chemical engineering area, 16. To provide doing chemical calculations by using of the basic mathematical knowledge 17. To provide easy understanding of Analytical Chemistry scince by explaining analysis methods, atom, and evaluating analytical data 18. To give information about analytical methods, such as gravimetric, volumetric etc. 19. To give information about chemical reactions 20. To give information about these information from a real life point of view to undergraduate students of Chemical Engineering Department.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

· Fundamentals of analytical chemistry; D. A. Skoog, D. M. West, F. J. Holler. Sounders College publishing, Seventh Edition. · Analytical Chemistry; Daniel C. Harris, W. H. Freeman and Company. · Principles of analytical chemistry; John H. Kennedy;Harcourt Brace Jovanovich , international edition.

Methods of Give a Lecture If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz Assessment Criterias 2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination Semester Course Plan Week 1 Subjects Introduction 8. The Role of Analytical Chemistry in The Sciences 9. The Classification of Quantitative Methods of Analysis 10. Steps in a Typical Quantitative Analysis Evaluation of Terms 9. Definition of Terms 10. Determinate Errors 11. Gross Errors 12. In Determinate Errors 13. The Uses of Statistcs 14. The Standard Deviation of Computed Results 15. Methods for Reporting Analytical Data Gravimetric Methods of Analysis 8. A Review of Chemical Stoichiometry 9. Properties of Precipitates and Precipitating Reagents 10. A Critique of Gravimetric Method 11. Applications of Gravimetric Methods Titrimetric Methods of Analysis 6. Some General Aspects of Volumetric Titrimetry 7. Standard Solutions 8. Volumetric Calculations Based on Molar Concentrations 9. Other Methods for Expressing Concentration X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

X

60

2

3

4

10. Weight Titrimetry A Review of Aqueous-Solution Chemistry 7. The Chemical Composition of Aqueous Solutions 8. Chemical Equilibrium 9. The Effect of Electrolyte Concentration on Chemical Equilibria The Application of Equilibrium Calculations to Complex Systems 1. A Systematic Method for Deriving Algebraic Equations Describing Multiequilibrium Systems 2. The Calculation of Solubility by the Systematic Method 3. Separation of Ions by Control of the Concentration of a Precipitating Reagent Precipitation Titrations 1. Titration Curves in Titrimetric Methods 2. Titration Curves for Precipitation Reactions 3. Applications of Precipitation Titrations I. Mid Term Titration Curves For Simple Acid/Base Systems 10. Solutions and Indicators for Neutralization Titrations 11. Titration Curves for Strong Acids and Strong Bases 12. Properties of Weak Acids and Strong Bases 13. Properties of Buffer Solutions 14. Titration Curves for Weak Acids 15. Titration Curves for Weak Bases 16. Common Types of Acid/Base Indicators Titration Curves for Complex Acid/Base Systems 1. Mixtures of Strong and Weak Acids or Strong and Weak Bases 2. Equilibrium Calculations for Compounds with Multiple Acidic or Basic Functional Groups 3. Titration Curves for Polyprotic Acids and Their Conjugate Bases 4. The Composition of a Solution of a Polyprotic Acids as a Function of pH Applications of Neutralization Titrations 1. Reagents for Neutralization Reactions 2. Typical Applications of Neutralization Titrations 3. Application of Neutralization Titrations in Nonaqueous Media Complex Formation Titrations 1. Complex-Formation Reactions 2. Titrations with Aminopolycarboxylic Acids 3. Titrations with Inorganic Complexing Agents An Introduction to Oxidation/Reduction Equilibria and Electrochemical Theory 1. Oxidation/Reduction Processes 2. Electrochemical Cells 3. Electrode Potentials 4. Applications of Electrod Potentials Theory of Oxidation/Reduction Titrations 1. Electrode Potentials for Redox Titration Systems 2. Oxidation/Reduction Indicators 3. Potentiometric End Points Applications of Oxidation/Reduction Titrations 10. Auxiliary Oxidizing and Reducing Reagents 11. Applications of Standard Oxidants 12. Volumetric Applications of Reductants 13. Some Specialized Oxidants

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15-16

Final Examination

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Programme Advantages Non e Partially Full Cont ribut ion

1

Skills of application of mathematics, science and engineering knowledge Skills of envisagement of experiment, application of experiment, analysis and interpretation of experiment results Skills of design of a system, part or process as to be meet the requirements Skills of working at interdiciplineray teams X

X

2

X

3

X

4

5

Skills of identification, formulation and solution of engineering problems

X

6

Conscious of professional and ethic responsibility

X

7

Skills of providing of efficient comminication Education in required widthness to understand the effects of engineering solutuions in the point of universal and social view. Conscious of necessity of lifetime teaching

X

8

X

9

X

10

Knowledge about problems of age

X

11

Skills of using of required technics, abilities and modern equipments for engineering applications To graduate the students who have seen the industrial application by means of making technical trips and summer practices

X

12

Prepared by : Assist. Prof. Dr. Arzu ENGN

Date : 09.05.2009

EK-4

AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGNEERNG FACULTY / INSTITUTE COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: KMÜ 209 AnalyticalChemistry LaboratoryI Semester Theoretic Hour Practice Hour Total Hour Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Department Credits ECTS Education Language Type: Compulsor y/ Elective Compulsor y

3. Semester

0

4 -

4

1

3

Turkish

Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim

Assist. Prof. Arzu ENGN One Group

Mail :[email protected] Web : Mail : Web :

To gain skill about making experiment, analysis with unknown sample, experiment calculations and reporting all results to undergraduate students of Chemical Engineering Department,

Course Goals

To informed undergraduate students about making qualitative analysis methods of cations and anions, quantity determination by volumetric methods

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

To choose appropriate methods within the quantitative methods and to learn application of some methods

-- Analitik Kimya Laboratuvari Nitel Analiz Uygulamalari, Gökçe ÖZYÖRÜK, Bekir SALH, Elmas GÖKOLU, Nuran PEKMEZ, H.Ü., 1994. - Analitik Kimya Laboratuvari Nicel Analiz Uygulamalari, Serdar ATE, Gökçe ÖZYÖRÜK, Bekir SALH, H.Ü., 1991. - Kalitatif Analiz, Güler SOMER, A.Rehber TÜRKER, Erdoan HASDEMR, Olcay ENDL, Ülfet ANSAL, Mehmet S.KARACAN, Halit ARSLAN, Adalet TUNÇEL, G.Ü.Yayinlari, 1997. - Kantitatif Analiz laboratuari, Prof.Dr.Güler SOMER, G.Ü.Yayinlari, 2001.

Methods of Give a Lecture If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz Assessment Criterias 2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 I. Group Cations II. Group Cations III. Group Cations IV-V. Grup Cations I-V Grup Anions I-V Group Cations and Anions Makeup I. Mid Term Subjects X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

X

60

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15-16

Determination of Acids-Baz by Titrimetric Method Determination of Amount of Cl by Volhard Method Determination of Water Hardness by EDTA Determination of Iodometric Cu Dtermination of SiO2 in Cement Makeup Makeup Final

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Programme Advantages Non e Partially Full Cont ribut ion

1

Skills of application of mathematics, science and engineering knowledge Skills of envisagement of experiment, application of experiment, analysis and interpretation of experiment results Skills of design of a system, part or process as to be meet the requirements Skills of working at interdiciplineray teams X

X

2

X

3

X

4

5

Skills of identification, formulation and solution of engineering problems

X

6

Conscious of professional and ethic responsibility

X

7

Skills of providing of efficient comminication

X

8

Education in required widthness to understand the effects of engineering solutuions in the point of universal and social view. Conscious of necessity of lifetime teaching

X

9

X

10

Knowledge about problems of age

X

11

Skills of using of required technics, abilities and modern equipments for engineering applications To graduate the students who have seen the industrial application by means of making technical trips and summer practices

X

12

Prepared by : Assist. Prof. Dr. Arzu ENGN

Date : 09.05.2009

AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

ENGINEERING FACULTY COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: KMU-211 Technical English Semest er Theoreti c Hour 3 Practice Hour 0 Tota l Hou r 3 Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Credit s 3 Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsory / Elective Compulsory

ECTS

3

3

Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes

Assist. Prof. Dr.M.Galip ÇDUYGU

Mail : Web :

Mail : [email protected] Web :

Course Aim

To understand technical books and publications

Course Goals

With this lecture, the students will · Read and understand engineering materials · Prepare English material related with engineering

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

The students who succesfully complete this course · Can read and write scientific papers · Talks about scientific instrument in English

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Pamela Edi, Technical English, TU Publications. Redhouse Dictionary (Turkish-English / English Turkish).

Methods of Give a Lecture

Verbal expression, practical application, question and answer If Available, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination X Subjects 60

Semester Course Plan Wee k Tenses in English and gramer rules 1 General sentence structure in English 2 Common therminology in Chemical Engineering 3 Translation Techniques 4 English Writing Techniques 5 1 st Exam 6 Translation a passege related with Chemical Engineering 7 Translation a passege related with Chemical Engineering 8

Translation a passege related with Chemical Engineering 9 Translation a passege related with Chemical Engineering 10 Translation a passege related with Chemical Engineering 11 Translation a passege related with Chemical Engineering 12 Translation a passege related with Chemical Engineering 13 Translation a passege related with Chemical Engineering 14 Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Program Autputs None 1 Ability of using of Mat, science and engineering 2 Ability of setting up an experiment, and application and analysis and evaluation of the experiment, Ability of sup dividing the procedure giving the rigth answer for the needs, and control the whole procedure Ability of working with different dissiplines and groups 5 To be able to evaluate, formulate and solve of engineering problems. To comprehend responsibility of Vocational and technical X X Partially Full Contributio n

3 4

X X X

6

X

7

Ability of effective comminication in english and turkish. In order to understand the solution of construction Technologies in local and global dimension. To comprehend of life learning needs. To have knowledge of global obtacles. To be able to use of technics, compatences and modern equipments necessary for the construction industry. X X

X

8 9 10

X X

11

12

To have theratical and practical knowledge, which is necessary for the construction industry, and to be able to use this knowledges for education and construction industry. To have competence of construction projects. design and application of

X

13

X

14

To graduate students with practical experiences having technical visit and workshops in industry To be able to reach knowledge and use in solving a problem. Ability of taking initiative To have comprehensive education technics and to be able use of them. X X X

X

15 16 17

Prepared by:

Assist. Prof. Dr.M.Galip ÇDUYGU

Date: 01.05.2009

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING FACULTY COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: TAR 101 Ataturks Principles and Turkish Revolution History-I Semester I Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim Single group Theoretic Hour 2 Practice Hour 0 None Mail : Web : Mail : Web : Total Hour 2 Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering

Credits 2

ECTS 1

Education Language Turkish

Type: Compulsory/ Elective Compulsory

This course aims to teach the first year undergraduate students information about the Turkish National Struggle, Ataturk's principles and the history of the revolution.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

Course Goals

The course objective is to explain the circumstances under which the Republic of Turkey was founded and to relat pupils to Atatürk's principles, which form the basis of national sovereignty. The course aims to enable students to gain a concept of Atatürk's leading and revolutionary aspect, his idea of non-racist nationalism, and his efforts in constituting global peace, along with his military astuteness.

The students who attends to this lecture know the past, have a vision about today and future.

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Yalçin E. S., 2004, Türk nkilâp Tarihi ve Atatürk lkeleri, Siyasal Yayinevi, Ankara Nutuk-Söylev, TTK Kurumu, Cilt 1-3, Ankara 1999. Armaolu F., 1992, 20.Yüzyil Siyasî Tarihi (1914-1980), Ankara YÖK Komisyon, 1986, Atatürk lkeleri ve nkilap Tarihi Atatürkçülük. Komisyon, 2003, Atatürk lkeleri ve nkilap Tarihi. Exposition of the lecturer If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz x General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Methods of Give a Lecture

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination

x

60

Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Regression of Ottoman Empire. Political aims of Western States; Orient Question. Some reformation movements of Ottoman Empire. The term of Tulip, Tanzimat and Islahat Fermans I. ve II. Constitutional Monarchy. Some Intellectual Movement those aims to rescue Ottoman Empire The collapse of Ottoman Empire. I.Exam Subjects

9 10 11 12 13 14

1877-1878 Ottoman-Russian War Balkan Wars and the First World War, World War I. The entering of Ottoman Empire to World War I Armenian Question and the Armistice of Mondreux The beginning of National Struggle Political Plans and Occupations after the Armistice of Mondreux

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Programme Advantages Non e Partially Full Contri bution

1

Ability to work in the interdisciplinary teamworks

X

2

Professional ethics and responsibility

X

3

Abilitiy to communicate

X

4

Understanding the importance of Lifelong learning

X

5

Knowledge on contemporary problems

X

Prepared by :

Date :04.05.2009

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

ENGINEERING FACULTY / INSTITUTE COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: KMÜ202 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS Semester III Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes One group Assoc.Prof. Dr. Hasan TORUL Mail :[email protected] Web : Mail : Web : Theoretic Hour 3 Practice Hour 0 Total Hour 3 Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Credits 3 ECTS 3 Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsory/ Elective Compulsory

Course Aim

The aim of this course is to provide students with knowledge of basic methods of numerical analysis in detail.

Students; Ability to obtain solutions to problems whose exact solution is not possible or impractical Ability to control the errors of approximation and analyse stability of the methods used Ability to design a computer program or code and their implementations to obtain numerical solutions Ability to take active role in group work Mathematical preliminaries; Taylor's theorem, order of convergence, difference equations, Computer arithmetic; representations of numbers, absolute and relative error, solutions of nonlinear equations Newton's method Interpolation; Polinomial interpolation, Divided interpolation, Equispaced interpolation, Inverse interpolation, Extrapolation, Solutions of linear systems of equations, Solutions of Nonlinear systems of equations , Numerical derivation, numerical integration, Least squares methods, Euler method,Runge Kutta Method

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

Course Goals

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Numerical Methods for Mathemathics,science and Engineering, 2nd Edition, John H. Mathews, Prentice Hall International Editions, 1992

Methods of Give a Lecture

The instructor explains the content of the lesson,

If Avaible, to Sign (x) General Average Percentage (%) Rate 20

Assessment Criterias

1. Quiz 2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination

X

x x

30 50

Semester Course Plan

Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Subjects

Mathematical preliminaries; Taylor's theorem, order of convergence, difference equations Computer arithmetic; representations of numbers, absolute and relative errors and their sources, significant digits solutions of nonlinear equations; Bisection method, secant method, Newton's method fixed point iteration,Interpolation Polinomial interpolation, Divided interpolation, Equispaced interpolation, Inverse interpolation Solutions of linear systems of equations Solutions of Nonlinear systems of equations Midterm exams

9 10 11 12 13 14

Matrix algebra, direct methods, iterative techniques, Numerical Derivation Numerical Integraiton Least squares methods Numerical solutions of ordinary differential equations Euler method,Runge Kutta Method

Relations with Course Department Advantages

Course Contribution

Programme Advantages

1 Skills of application of mathematics, science and engineering knowledge Skills of envisagement of experiment, application of experiment, analysis and interpretation of experiment results Skills of design of a system, part or process as to be meet the requirements Skills of working at interdiciplineray teams Skills of identification, formulation and solution of engineering problems Conscious of professional and ethic responsibility

None

Full Partially Contri

bution X

2

X

3

X

4

X

5

X

6

X

7

Skills of providing of efficient comminication Education in required widthness to understand the effects of engineering solutuions in the point of universal and social view. Conscious of necessity of lifetime teaching

X

8

X

9

X

10

Knowledge about problems of age

X

11

Skills of using of required technics, abilities and modern equipments for engineering applications To graduate the students who have seen the industrial application by means of making technical trips and summer practices Prepared by :Assoc.Prof. Dr. Hasan TORUL X

X

12

Date :12.05.2009

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING FACULTY / INSTITUTE COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: GM-207 Thermodynamic Semester Theoretic Hour 3 Practice Hour 0 Total Hour 3 Department / Department of : Food Engineering Credits 3 ECTS 3 Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsor y/ Elective Compulsory

III Prerequisite (s) Instructor

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Hasan TORUL

Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim One group

Mail :[email protected] Web : Mail : Web :

The aim of this course is to provide students with knowledge on the laws of thermodynamics and their applications to processes, phase changes, and to train students to apply the principles of chemical thermodynamics to chemical reaction systems. Students; 1. Teaching of system design based on thermodynamic principles and the concepts of heat, work and energy conversion, and can calculate heat and work quantities for industrial processes. 2. Calculate the properties of ideal and real mixtures based on thermodynamic principles. 3. Apply mass, energy and entropy balances to engineering processes. 4. Be knowledgeable in mathematics, science and engineering, and apply that knowledge to problems involving thermodynamics. 1. Understand the terminology associated with engineering thermodynamics. 2. Reiterate the first and second laws of thermodynamics, and understand the practical implications of these laws in engineering design. 3. Understand the concepts of heat, work and energy conversion, and can calculate heat and work quantities for industrial processes. 4. Apply mass, energy and entropy balances to flow processes. 5. Explain the underlying principles of phase equilibrium in two-component and multi-component systems.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

Course Goals

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

1. Smith, J. M., Van Ness H.C., Abbot M.M., Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 6th Ed., New York, 2001. 2. Sarikaya, Y., Fizikokimya, Gazi Büro Kitapevi, Ankara, 1993.

Methods of Give a Lecture

The instructor explains the content of the lesson, If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 30

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination x x 10 60

Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Subjects Definition and recommended references; Definition of thermodynamics A systematic approach to problem solving , Specific heat; Applications Thermodynamics Properties of Fluids and Thermodynamics of open systems. The first law of Thermodynamics: The steady-flow process; Applications Applications of first law to the ideal gas processes and open systems. Applications of first law to the ideal gas processes and open systems. Kinetic gas theory and real gases Midterm exams

9 10 11 12 13 14

Real gases equation and application Chemical thermodynamics and thermochemistry The second law of thermodynamics Carnot cycle Carnot cycle Entropy Entropy changes in reversible and irreversible processes

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Programme Advantages Full Non Partially Contri e bution X

1

Skills of application of mathematics, science and engineering knowledge Skills of envisagement of experiment, application of experiment, analysis and interpretation of experiment results Skills of design of a system, part or process as to be meet the requirements Skills of working at interdiciplineray teams

2

X

3

X

4

X

5

Skills of identification, formulation and solution of engineering problems

X

6

Conscious of professional and ethic responsibility

X

7

Skills of providing of efficient comminication Education in required widthness to understand the effects of engineering solutuions in the point of universal and social view. Conscious of necessity of lifetime teaching

X

8

X

9

X

10

Knowledge about problems of age

X

11

Skills of using of required technics, abilities and modern equipments for engineering applications To graduate the students who have seen the industrial application by means of making technical trips and summer practices

X

12

X

Prepared by :Assoc.Prof. Dr. Hasan TORUL

Date :12.05.2009

AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING FACULTY COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: KMÜ206-Organic Chemistry Semester 4 Prerequisite (s) Instructor Theoretic Hour 3 Assist. Prof. Dr. Tunçer MUTLU March's Advanced Organic Chemistry,Michael B. Smith,2001. One Group Mail : [email protected] Web : Mail : Web : www.sciencedirect.com Practice Hour 0 Total Credits Hour 3 3 ECTS 4 Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsory/ Elective Compulsory

Course Assistant

Groups / Classes Course Aim

To teach the fundamentals of organic chemistry,which is "carbon chemistry".

1-To teach the story, discovery, definition and properties of organic substances. 2-To explain the physical and chemical properties of compounds. 3-To teach the atomic and molecular models and basic quantum models in organic chemistry. 4- To teach the properties of compounds in groups, their synthesis and reaction mechanisms. 5-To give the information and knowledge on the chemical calculation. 6-To observing and analysis the chemical reactions in industry and daily life; organic chemistry is interesting with much more chemicals than other branches of the science, around 15 millions different substances.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

Course Goals

1-The recognition and classification of the organic matterials. 2-The talent of the making the chemical calculation. 3-The talent to distinguish and analysis on the organic chemical process.

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Organik Kimya, R. J. Fessenden, Güne Yayinlari, Ankara, 2001. Heterohalkali Bileikler, Aykut kizler, Karadeniz Üniversitesi Yayinlari, Trabzon,1996.

Methods of Give a Lecture

Telling, slite , power point expositions and examples from internet web. If Available, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination

X Subjects

60

Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 The story of organic chemistry, definition and importance. The branches of chemistry science and their interactions. The atomic and molecular orbitals, hybridisation. The atom models and chemical bonds, theories in organic chemistry. Aliphatic compounds-alkan,alkene and alkynes.Alicyclic compounds. The alcohols and ethers,thioalcohols and thioethers.SN1 and SN2 nucleophilic substitution reactions. The organic carbonyl substances-keton,keten,aldehyd,ester,carboxylic acid and its derivatives. The stereochemistry and modern explanation of stereochemistry. Nitrogen containing aliphatic compounds-amines,nitro,nitroso,diazo,hydroxyl and hydrazine derivatives. The carbohydrates and their derivatives.

8

9 10 11 12 13 14

The Lipits. The proteins. Introduction to the heterocyclic compounds. The aromatic compounds and their reactions. Introduction to the biochemistry: nucleobases, DNA and RNA. Advanced topics in organic chemistry.

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Earns of Program 1 Ability to apply his/her knowledge in materials science, technology and general science Ability to plan and carry out various tests for materials and to interpret and analyze the results Necessary technological processes planning ability with a view to develop of material property Ability to choose materials for any mechanical component, ability to plan technological or heat treatment operations suitable for the material Ability to develop alloys which has newer properties than conventional alloy by use of materials science fundamentals Ability to use appropriate techniques and modern tools for technological applications Ability to work in interdisciplinary groups X None Partially Full Contribution X

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8

Active communication ability (Turkish and English) Ability to teach manufacturing technology to vocational high school students

X

9

X

10

Ability to teach subjects in his/her field by demonstrating and applying to individuals and groups of people Ability to teach the fundamentals of materials science to vocational high school students Occupational and ethic responsibility conscious To be aware of user-machine-environment interaction with work safety rules Being conscious of life time learning Having undergraduates who attended technical excursion and industrial applications related to their subjects by means of industrial training

X

11

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12

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13

X

14

X

15

X

Prepared by: Assist. Prof. Dr. Tunçer MUTLU

Date: May. 2009

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING FACULTY / INSTITUTE COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: KMM 208 Introduction To Transport Phenomena Semester Theoretic Hour 3 --Assoc.Prof. Dr. nci TÜRK TORUL Ar.Gör. ............ .................. One Grup Mail :[email protected] Web : Mail : Web : Practice Hour 0 Total Hour 3 Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Type: Compulsor y/ Elective Compulsory

Credits 3

ECTS 4

Education Language Turkish

IV Prerequisite (s) Instructor

Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim

The aim of this module is to provide an introduction to the basic concepts and techniques used in transport phenomena described in the module contents.

Course Goals

Coordinate systems. Initial and boundary conditions in differential equations. Average values of functions. Mechanisms of transport. Basic laws such Newton', Fourier' and Fick'law and their applications in momentum, heat and mass transfer. Examination of some applications in microscopic and macroscopic levels encountered in momentum, heat and mass transfers.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

1. to understand of mechanisms of transport and be able to solve problems by this information 2. to determine of initial and boundary conditions of differential equations 3. to give basic information about Newton, Fourier and Fick Laws 4. to understand of microscopic and macroscopic phenomena's. 5. to study individually

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

smail TOSUN ,2002, Modelling in Transport Phenomena A Conceptual Approachth Elsevier Transport Phenomena by R. Byron Bird, W. E. Stewart and E.N. Lightfoot, John Wiley & Sons Wisconsin, 1960

Methods of Give a Lecture

The instructor explains the content of the lesson, If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 30

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination x x 10 60

Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Basic concepts, Coordinate systems Cartesian, cylindrical and spherical coordinates Differential equations, uniform and non-uniform equations Boundary conditions and solution techniques Transport mechanisms Mass transfer , molecular diffusion, Edi diffusion The conservation of momentum , momentum equations for fluid particle Midterm exam I Subjects

9 10 11 12 13 14

Applications of momentum equation, conservation of energy Conservation of mass, the equation of continuity Basic concepts for convection, Newton's law Fourier's law, Fick' law and its applications Momentum, heat and mass transfers in microscopic and macroscopic levels Applications

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Ful l Co ntri but ion X

Programme Advantages

Non e

Partially

1

Skills of application of mathematics, science and engineering knowledge Skills of envisagement of experiment, application of experiment, analysis and interpretation of experiment results Skills of design of a system, part or process as to be meet the requirements Skills of working at interdiciplineray teams

2

X

3

X

4

X

5

Skills of identification, formulation and solution of engineering problems

X

6

Conscious of professional and ethic responsibility

X

7

Skills of providing of efficient comminication Education in required widthness to understand the effects of engineering solutuions in the point of universal and social view.

X

8

X

9

Conscious of necessity of lifetime teaching Knowledge about problems of age

X

10

X

11

Skills of using of required technics, abilities and modern equipments for engineering applications To graduate the students who have seen the industrial application by means of making technical trips and summer practices X

X

12

Prepared by :Assoc.Prof. Dr. nci TÜRK TORUL

Date :12.05.2009

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING FACULTY COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: KMÜ 210 Material Science

Department / Department of : ChemicalEngineering Type: Compulsory / Elective Compulsory

Semester

Theoretic Hour 3

Practice Hour None

Total Hour 3

Credits

ECTS

Language of Instruction Turkish

I Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim

3

4

Mail : Mail : Web :

None

Any engineer must know the material that will choose for production, must know the physical and chemical reactions, and must choose the best material to take the best result for endustrial production both economy and easy providing.

Course Goals

Teaching the main principles of material knowledge of chemical engineering. Teaching the researching methods of determining the structures and properties of materilas and giving the usage for design.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

Some properties of materials. Inner structure of materials. Classes of materials. Groups of materials: metals and alloys. Glass and kinds of glasses. Clay and clay products. Ceramics. Cements. Concrete. Polymeric materials. Plastic materials and usage. Chemical reactions of organic materials. Dyes and coatings. Corrosion of materials and measures for corrosion.

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

1. - Avner, S., "Introduction to the Physical Metallurgy", Second edition, New York, 1986. 2. Safolu, R., "Malzeme Bilimine Giri", Çev. TÜ, 1972, stanbul. 3. Gücer, D., "Fiziksek Metalurjinin Esaslari", TÜ, 1972, stanbul

Methods of Giving Lecture

Exposition of the lecturer, video shows related to the lectures are presented,

If Avaible, to Sign (x) General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

1. Quiz Assessment Criteria 2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Subjects

X

X

60

Definition and history of the material, researches on materials at various Universities Classification of the materials, ceramics, plastics and metals, traditional and advanced materials, properties and usage of the advanced ceramics, plastics and metals. Naturel and Syntetic raw materials, properties and usage, Tests applied to the some raw materials, electrolite control, sieve test, plasticity water, shrinkage, water absorption, strength, DTA-TG and dilatometer tests, chemical analysis. Preparation of the raw materials, crushing, grinding, screening and mixing. Techniques of industrial mud preparation, dry granul production, plastic mud preparation, flowing mud preparation. Raw material preparation machines, sorting machines, filter pres, dozaging machines, crushers and mills. 1.Exam

9 10 11 12 13 14

Mixing machines, , spiral, counter current mixers and agitators Forming techniques of the powder and mud, dry, izostatic and hot pressing, roll forming, extrusion, injection moulding and slip casting techniques Drying of the ceramic products, drying methods and failures, Sintering of some powders formed, some changes during firing in body , crystal changing, glass phase formation and diffusion Kilns of periodical and continous, permanent, camara, çan and electrical furnaces, Hoffams and tunnel kilns. Firing of reductive and oxidative, energy sources, auxilary materials for kiln, heat control and temperature measurement in kilns,

Relations with Course Department Advantages

Course Contribution

Full

Programme Advantages

None Partially

Co ntri but ion

1

An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering An ability to design experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret outcomes An ability to design a process

X

2

X

3

X

4

An abillity to function multi-disciplinary projects

X

5

An ability to identify engineering problems

6

An understanding of ethical responsibility

X

7

An ability to communicate effectively in turkish An ability to have a broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions An ability to engage in life-long learning

X

8

X

9

X

10

An ability to learn inidividually

X

11

An ability to use the techniques and modern engineering tools

X

12

An ability to have a knowledge of contemporary issues

X

13

An ability to adapt to changing conditions

X

14

An ability to examine and develop a system

X

Prepared by :

Date : 04.05.2009

AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

ENGINEERING FACULTY COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: KMU-212 Physical Chemisty Lab Semester Theore tic Hour 0 Practic e Hour 3 Tot al Hou r 3 Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Credit s 3 Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsory/ Elective Compulsory

ECTS

4 Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim

3

Assist. Prof. Dr.M.Galip ÇDUYGU Mail : Web :

Mail : [email protected] Web :

To practice the knowledge obtained from physical chemistry lectures

Course Goals

With this lecture, the students will · Learn where to use theoric knowledge · Learn how to use their knowledge in real situations

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

The students who succesfully complete this course · Can manupulate experimnetal data with their knowledge · Can use laboratory equipments with success

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Physical Chemistry Laboratory. Prof. Dr. Yüksek Sarikaya

Methods of Give a Lecture

Laboratory Experiment, Lab reports, quizes If Available, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 20

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination x x X Subjects %20 %40 %20

Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Effect of primary salt on reaction kinetics Strenght of hydrogen bond Determination of Activation energy of a reaction Water vapour distilation Solubility in Three component systems Investigation of Benzene-Acetone mixture with refractometer Solubility of ammonium oxalate Kinetics of halogenation of acetone

9 10 11 12 13 14

Degree of polymerization and polymerization rate Catalysis Phase diagram of Benzene-Acetone system Surface Tension Ebulyoscopy Viscosity measurements

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Program Autputs 1 Ability of using of Mat, science and engineering 2 Ability of setting up an experiment, and application and analysis and evaluation of the experiment, Ability of sup dividing the procedure giving the rigth answer for the needs, and control the whole procedure Ability of working with different dissiplines and groups To be able to evaluate, formulate and solve of engineering problems. To comprehend of Vocational and technical responsibility Ability of effective comminication in english and turkish. In order to understand the solution of construction Technologies in local and global dimension. To comprehend of life learning needs. To have knowledge of global obtacles. X X Non e Partiall y Full Contribution X

3

X

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X

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X X

11

To be able to use of technics, compatences and modern equipments necessary for the construction industry. To have theratical and practical knowledge, which is necessary for the construction industry, and to be able to use this knowledges for education and construction industry. To have competence of design and application of construction projects. To graduate students with practical experiences having technical visit and workshops in industry To be able to reach knowledge and use in solving a problem. Ability of taking initiative To have comprehensive education technics and to be able use of them. X X X

Date: 01.05.2009

X

12

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X

14

X

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Prepared by: Assist. Prof. Dr.M.Galip ÇDUYGU

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING FACULTY COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: TAR 102 Ataturks Principles and Turkish Revolution History-II Semester II Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim Single group Theoretic Hour 2 Practice Hour 0 None Mail : Web : Mail : Web : Total Hour 2 Department / Department of : Chemical Engineering Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsory/ Elective Compulsory

Credits 2

ECTS 1

This course aims to teach the first year undergraduate students information about the Turkish National Struggle, Ataturk's principles and the history of the revolution.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

Course Goals

The course objective is to explain the circumstances under which the Republic of Turkey was founded and to relat pupils to Atatürk's principles, which form the basis of national sovereignty. The course aims to enable students to gain a concept of Atatürk's leading and revolutionary aspect, his idea of non-racist nationalism, and his efforts in constituting global peace, along with his military astuteness.

The students who attends to this lecture know the past, have a vision about today and future.

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Yalçin E. S., 2004, Türk nkilâp Tarihi ve Atatürk lkeleri, Siyasal Yayinevi, Ankara Nutuk-Söylev, TTK Kurumu, Cilt 1-3, Ankara 1999. Armaolu F., 1992, 20.Yüzyil Siyasî Tarihi (1914-1980), Ankara YÖK Komisyon, 1986, Atatürk lkeleri ve nkilap Tarihi Atatürkçülük. Komisyon, 2003, Atatürk lkeleri ve nkilap Tarihi. Exposition of the lecturer If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz x General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Methods of Give a Lecture

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination

x

60

Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Subjects Minorities' Facilities after the Armistice of Mondreux in Anatolia. Appearing of National Organizations in Anatolia. The emergence of Mustafa Kemal as a National leader The arrival of Mustafa Kemal Paa to Samsun. The Amasya Meeting and the National Congresses which convened in 1919. Declaration of the Misak-i Milli (National Pact), the meeting of the last Otoman Parliament. Some political events in the terms of National Movements, Lausanne Peace Treaty. I.Exam

9 10 11 12 13 14

The Republican Term and theTurkish Revolution (Enlightenment Period) Internal and foreign Policy in Atatürk's Period (1923-1932) Internal and foreign Policy in Atatürk's Period (1932-1938) Ataturks Principles Turkish Revolution History (1938-1946) Turkish Revolution History (1946-1960) Turkish Revolution History (1960-1980)

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Programme Advantages Non e Partially Full Cont ribut ion

1

Ability to work in the interdisciplinary teamworks

X

2

Professional ethics and responsibility

X

3

Abilitiy to communicate

X

4

Understanding the importance of Lifelong learning

X

5

Knowledge on contemporary problems

X

Prepared by :

Date : 04.05.2009

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